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yesterday. >> definitely not. a few degrees definitely makes a difference. ; isn't that right, tucker barnes? >> a few degrees always makes a difference. not bad. winds out of the north and west. good morning. a decent afternoon. we have the possibility of shattered -- scattered showers and thunderstorms returning as we get into the mid- to late afternoon. 48 degrees at ray dan national. humidity -- reagan national. humidity a little better. our winds, we've got a breeze so that's not too bad out of the north and west at 13 miles an wahour. there's your pssure, 2.294 inches, down a little bit from p where it was yesterday. satellite radar, you can see lo cloudover scattered to thh e rtweand nost and a couple of green echoes.an ae ree inra wesho rs starting to break out into western maryland and eastern portions sof west virginial ilwgett ha gein here later today. that will serve as a nice ed gger mechanism for aresc showers and thuer storms across the washington area. and with a little bit of cloud cover out there, our temperatures will stilbe oron the hot side. we're expected to be touch ou
," and two columnists, cynthia tucker of the "atlanta journal constitution" and robert robb of the "arizona republic." john >> john diaz, we have the president pushing back. what do you see going on? has he lost ground on health care? >> he has lost ground, and the thing i would say the president was trying to do today, very wisely in my opinion is reshape this debate, because although we are talking about somewhere in the neighborhood of 50 million people who don't have insurance in this country, the fact remains, the vast majority of americans do have coverage and that's really the audience he was going after today, because the thing the president has to persuade them that this is going to succeed is that they have a stake in it, and i think there is a good case that we do when we look at things like cost shifting and things whether they have the coverage they think they have. >> lehrer: robert robb, what do you see? >> i think the president's ground has shifted dramatically against him and it's beyond the issue of health care, certainly as we come closer to reform, people have understand
heads together to -- where tucker barnes and i put our big heads together to answer your most pressing questions. this is from martin allen. he writes where does the term under the weather come from. we often hear it when referring to someone who is feeling sick. since the weather come from up above, aren't we all under the weather all of the time? starting get philosophical there. aren't we all under the weather, martin. do either of you have a guess as to where the expression comes from. >> you hay little bit of a clue here when i saw a sailing ship. that was right leer on my page. i'll let you explain but i do have a pretty good guess. >> i have no idea. >> thnk you, steve. it comes -- tucker, do you know? >> no, i don't actually. take a look. the term is an old term that comes from british sailing. and here is what the deal is. we have a picture of a british sailing ship. we have no where had ifthis is the picture it was refurring to. >> that is i nice ship. >> that is a clipper ship. >> the phrase under the weather according to medicinenet.com came from british sailing ships when
steakhouse burger sing. >>> while you have the chance, come out and say hello in person. tony, tucker and holly will be at eastern market this saturday. they'll be there from 10:00 to 1:00. if you get a chance and you're in the area and want to say hello, do so. >>> holly is not far away and we'll put it in the guinness book of records. >> se's at union station helping blue jeans go green. >> well, this takes a little bit of explanation. it's cool and fun. a world record is broken today in d.c. here in the main hall at union station where we're giving you a preview. you're right, it has to do with kids, national geographic kids magazine. and this is the editor. good morning. >> what a day for you guys. well, it's exciting. and guinness records are -- >> well, this is the fourth attempt and we're really, really excited and we have the page that we run every month in the magazine. the kids love learning about the dogs with ears sticking out and ladies with long pentagonner nail -- fingernails. >> well, if you're going to do something extreme, may as well do it for a good cause. cause. >
for a look at traffic. julie, tucker barnes has not had a chance to talk to you. he asked me to impart to you that he loves what you are wearing. >> well i don't think they have it in his side because it's for petite. he puts on something like this and it will have to be a two- top. >> tucker has a questioning look on his face. >> honey, we always ask about the questioning look on his face. that's really what he looks like? love you, tucker. here we go. out on the roads right now. we have lanes open. no accidents to report as you continue to work your way along 95 and 395. what you will find is slow traffic out of woodbridge and across the occuquan and leaving the franconia springfield parkway and across the 14th street bridge. heavy and steady as you work into southeast washington. budge sound baltimore washington parkway slowing south of the beltway. a stalled car on east capital street to blame for that delay. southbound 29 on the breaks from tech road toward university boulevard. no dents, just volume delays. outer loop remains slow. 95 around to georgia avenue. that's a check of your fox
. tucker said he saw a meteor coming in this morning but for tonight, for the peak viewing time, we'll have a fair number of clouds. so i think it will depend on where you are this evening. so we'll see. i don't have great hopes about seeing that activity. we'll see. let's take a look at what is happening. we'll go back to yesterday and the temperatures, 97 degrees was the high at reagan national. that was one degree shy of tying the record. we did break a record at dulles international. it got to 97 degrees there. the record was 96. that was set in 2001 so we ve a new record at dulles. bwi marshall nowhere neared record. 75degrees right now here in washington. we dropped off one degree. 71 in baltimore. 75 in fredericksburg. let'slike at the temperatures across the country. we'll see a couple of things. first of all, warm air in the eastern united states. very warm continuing warm conditions down to our south. 82 in dallas. 67 in witch ta. where you find that difference in temperatures, you know from studying your weather you're likely to find some thunderstorm activity and let's get to th
who is this group? tucker carlson is a senior fellow at the cato institute and a fox news contributor. nice to see you, old friend. who makes up this group? what are they after? >> money, of course. [laughter] when you look at who supports this plan, it is people who will benefit from it, by the people who do not have health insurance, people who are going to make a lot more money if the government for the regulates the industry, and then everyone else. 80% of americans are satisfied with the health care coverage they have. one example, pharmaceutical companies will benefit under this plan. çyou can see why. if health care coverage is mandated, that means more money for people who provide care, and that means drug companies. there are pretty obvious motives. bill:ç unions are behind in, ad drug law and ears, the federation of american hospitals. it sounds like everyone has their fingers and the spot. >> this is an enormous percentage of the economy. here is the truth about part of what this is going to do. if health insurance companies are prohibited from denying coverage, require
things that he said in 2007, but we have different problems down. -- now. trace: thank you. tucker carlson is a senior fellow at the cato institute and a fox news contributor. of the cnn desk is a former political average manager for rock the vote. we also have the senior writer for "weekly standard. this was supposed to be billed as getting down to the nitty gritty. everyone is welcome. we have seen the screaming and yelling over the past several weeks, but we have this town hall that looks very friendly. >> bill is right, all president trying to manage the audience, and all presidents lie about it. this one is clearly falling that tradition. there is no way that this was not a screened meeting. i will vote -- that my car on that. -- put my car on that. by the way, i think that it was smart to talk about this as a battle against health insurance companies, not health care. everyone kind of dislikes health insurance companies. they have changed the language and i think it signifies a pin in their strategy. trace: felicia, you have seen the polls. 53% of american people do not like
sit tucker? i'm sorry. i took a guess. ryour temperatures. 72g. youremperatures. 72 degrees. 70 in baltimore. 72 at dulles airport. 77 in ocean city. and in winchester, it s 65 degrees at this hour. now we'll look at the radar and show you the precipitation coming through the region. there you go. we saw some heavy rain earlier this morning, not so much this morning. a couple of spots showing up on this particular radar, off to the north and east. we'll continue to deal with this during the morning hours as this continues to push out of here. here is a look at the jet stream and we'll show what you is happening over the course of the weekend. we've been watching the heat that we've been talking about down to the south, this will help push the jet stream to the north and this area of warm air will makes it way inward into the southeastern united states and the mid-atlantic region as well. it will give us hot and humid conditions. that begins building in on saturday and then we feel it on sunday and monday. >>> tuesday of monday and through tuesday of next week. scattered showers
'm john tucker. c.e.o. of the american -- an internist. >> i'm executive director of the national association of public hospitals and healthcare systems and will emphasize the health systems part in this meeting. >> i'm a family practitioner. previously -- [indiscernible] >> craig jones, i'm the director for the vermont blueprint for health and a pediatrician as well. >> and i'm michael soman, a family physician who practiced for 17 years at group health -- now i'm the president of a medical group and medical director of the owned and operated delivery system. >> barbara walters, senior medical director at dartmouth hitchcock chicago and -- [indiscernible] and here today with -- [indiscernible] >> i'm dick salmon, family physician and national medical director for performance improvement for significant that health. >> my name is sue williamson, deputy director of the colorado department of healthcare partnership and financing. our agency administers our public health insurance programs like medicaid and our s-chip program. >> i'm david dorr, a practicing inearnist and medical --
're tattered. i know that's how tucker looks, too, but still, it breaks your heart. let me go in, there's a new line, ralph lauren, got a new l lobster design on their pants. it's what i do. >> if you touch just one child. >> it's who you are. >> touched just one child, seriously. on the way to the tennis camp, it's all worth it. it's all worth it. all right, hey, we have a lot of people here today and one of them who is sorry he's here, richard haass. richard is here. pat buchanan down in washington. we'll be talking to peggy noonan. robert menendez will be here. andrea mitchell will be here. richard engel is going to be here. who is not going to be here today? we've got a new poll out, a quinnipiac poll out, really, really surprising numbers for the president. not even the quinnipiac poll that we gave you last hour. this one hot off the presses. we're going to give you that information right after the break. plus, health care reform possibly coming to a consensus in washington, d.c. news breaking overnight of the outline of a possible health care plan. we'll tell you that after the news with
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